Actility, the industry leader in Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN), is pleased to announce the first partners to have completed full interoperability testing within its ThingPark ecosystem, which will simplify the deployment of commercial IoT solutions and speed market entry for customers. They are: ADEUNIS RF, which specializes in connected objects and dedicated wireless M2M solutions; ATIM, a pioneer in radio electronics for connected systems; Finsecur, a leader in high-technology fire safety solutions; Microchip, provider of microcontroller and analog semiconductors and nke Watteco, the European leader in smart sensor solutions.
“Actility is investing heavily in interoperability and partnership development, accelerating go to market for LoRa™ IoT solutions by encouraging open innovation,” says Olivier Hersent, Actility’s CEO and CTO. “With ThingPark, we are aiming to automate whatever it takes to enable partners to deliver ready-to-use commercial products, from connectivity to provisioning, distribution and monetisation of IoT solutions. We’re very happy to have reached this key milestone with these partners clearly demonstrating that ThingPark is fully open for business. They are the first of many!”
Actility, a founding member of the LoRa ™ Alliance, has created the ThingPark™ platform to help customers navigate the potential complexity of creating and launching IoT services. ThingPark™ combines complete LoRaWAN™ network connectivity with an IoT data platform, and an open ecosystem hub, enabling customers to explore and connect with devices, networks and application partners ready to deploy solutions on an Actility powered network.
Illustrating the diversity of the certified ThingPark eco-system partners, ADEUNIS RF has launched two transmitters which can transform any sensor into a LoRa device and any meter into a LoRa smart meter, ATIM offers the ARM-NANO family of LoRa modules with a variety of interfaces, Finsecur has developed the world’s first LoRaWAN smoke alarm which integrates temperature and humidity sensors, Microchip has developed the world’s first LoRa™ Wireless Module (RN2483) that has passed LoRa Alliance certification and nke Watteco provides environmental sensors, general digital and analogue I/O sensors and smart plugs.
To find out more about ThingPark, join the ThingPark ecosystem, or discover ThingPark partners, meet Actility at Mobile World Congress 2016, Booth 8.0E40, or visit our web site, www.thingpark.com